Las Vegas Club Hotel was a very nice and comfortable place to stay while you visit Las Vegas...They have all kinds of Complementary coupons that they will give you when you stay there...For instance like there buffets and restaurants that they have on site...Also they give you a Casino card and if you make up to 100 points you get a Hotel T-Shirt which I think is pretty cool...They also have a nice LIGHT SHOW that comes on at 9:00pm every night.... every 15 minutes on thee hour...This is a place to check out and party....
The hotel is like most other rooms in downtown las vegas. You really don't expect to sleep in luxury in downtown so I don't really count that against them. The casino area though is very small and a bit shady looking. Generally their sports book is just an area where there's one projection TV on the wall and a few side TVs here and there. In general this place is not the nicest place to gamble or stay at, but it's a fun place to go to for a little break from all the other casinos. There is a little hawaiian food place as well if you want some munchies.
The Las Vegas Club hotel is located in downtown Vegas on the Freemont Street. This is an older hotel but it has charm. The casino is done in a sports theme. It is a lot of baseball. I really enjoyed looking at the sports memorbelia around the casino. There are a lot of hard to find items that are showcased here. The staff is very friendly and the casino is maintained nicely.
The Las Vegas Club is located at the end of Fremont Street. Our room was old and the carpet not so fresh, but I loved the open window in the shower. The best thing about this sports oriented casino and hotel is a donated unique private bat collection Some dude spent his life collecting signed bats from all the greatest players and they are mounted on a wall behind acrylic, but you can spin the bat to see all the signatures. The whole sports theme is very interesting, and gives you something to look at and learn about while eating your late night special in the Upper Deck. After 11:30p.m. you can order a t-bone and egg special for $2.99... and it is very good.
PROS: Unique Sports Memorabilia
CONS: A Little Worn
What a dive, and the magic show was a joke, nothing 'superstar' about it.
Another reason to stay out of the sleaze ball casinos downtown.
I only gave it 1 star 'cause I couldn't go less than that!
When I'm in Vegas, I'm not usually there to experience "The Strip". I've been there...done that. The only things I might want to experience in that area of town are the new gourmet restaurants. I don't need to stay in a hotel on the Strip for that...in fact...if I did, I probably couldn't afford to dine in the restaurants. The Vegas Club offers week rates of less than $50/night...and why not take advantage of that? You can valet your car and take cabs to the Strip. No need to worry about avoiding the copious amounts of alcohol they push on you as you're gambling...simply take a cab back to downtown. If you're a casino hopper, the Vegas Club is a good choice. Within EASY walking distance, there are at least a 1/2 dozen (probably more) decent casinos in which to play. Granted, some of them have been around for decades and retain their "smokers allowed" smell...but in the mid-morning to early-afternoon hours, casinos are generally less crowded. For me, it's a good choice. We've stayed at the Vegas Club several times. Most recently, just this past weekend. They are definitely tightening their belt, as they no longer have an upscale/fine dining restaurant. They have only their cafe where you can have a decent breakfast, lunch or dinner. I recommend their French Dip sandwich made with prime rib and the best au jus I've ever had. The full size chopped salad was delicious but too big for me. Unless 2-3 people are sharing it, I would try the 1/2 serving. Also, this past weekend, we caught them in the middle of upgrading their amenities. Some of the rooms our friends and family stayed in had new irons/ironing boards, clocks, hair dryers, coffeemakers, etc...but some of the rooms contained none of those things. Hopefully next time, I won't have to use my cell phone as an alarm clock.
Pros: located centrally downtown
Cons: older hotel shows its age
I stay here alot because we get are rooms comped. The hotel is really nice for the price esp. the newly renovated south tower very comfortable, very spacious. The only downfall is that it is in downtown not many people want to be in downtown they would rather be on the strip but if that is not a problem this is a great hotel to stay in.
Pros: great prices, nice rooms
Cons: in downtown not on the strip
"Fremont Street Experience" sports bar with gambling. Autographed sports paraphernalia, good beer and legal betting. Rooms are Hilton-like, but the real treat is the casino where two things stand out.
First, unlike other casinos, they offer a wide assortment of beers free at the table. While most casinos offer 3 major brands, they have microbrews! Yeah, you can sometimes getem elsewhere if you pay for em, but were not in Vegas to pay for beer. Know what Im sayin? Their beers run the gamut from local to craft beers. Not even the Strip Casinos can match the selection. We drank bock beer... Rumor is that if youre staying here and you request a certain beer, theyll get it.
Second, blackjacklow-limits and "The- Most-Liberal-Rules-in-Vegas Split as many times as you want, double down after 2+ cards. 4-3-2-2double-down Baby! And they even pay sixcard Charlie...6 cards no bust, you automatically win..
Pros: Huge Beer Selection, Pro-player BJ Rules, Fremont St Experience
Cons: Not well known